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A company like Netflix won't increase prices if results not good....The opposite...If results not good, they should lower subscription price....
So I bought above $670 back in November after the pullback from the all-time-high. It was a top recommendation from Cramer's investing club and he always spoke enthusiastically about it on TV, so I thought that pullback was my chance and got in. Needless to say, it never went up from there and here we are, more than $160 down from that initial pullback that Cramer kept promoting as an amazing buying opportunity. With earnings looming, what's everyone's expectation of the stock getting back at least to the $650s on good results? I haven't pondered what I'd do if they disappoint, but with all certainty is going to be ugly for me.
About brokerage shops....... “They all told you to buy them(growth stocks) when they were 50% higher, because it’s the new thing. Now when they go down, everybody backs off.”
Nervous but went all in with 600 shares at $510.54. See limited downside risk from here but huge upside potential.
I bought some more today.
NFLX will add 20M new subscriber this year
NFLX will increase subscription prices in all countries.
NFLX will increase spending for more content.
NFLX will grow revenue between 20%-25% in 2022
NFLX will grow earnings by 20% in 2022
NFLX will keep innovate and amaze us.
Stock will climb back to 700-800 this year.
That is what I believe.
I bought some more today.
when exactly will they release it? before the market opens today or after? or during?
Good pre-market this means big guys are buying in
In fact,Netflix is the most "bulletproof" inflation stock in the movie sector.....Best content for cheapest price.
I ll buy more, the more it goes down.
The monthly subscription price hiking right before ER was to boost share price as it knew that ER isn’t good and will crash share price.
just hold till the earnings report which is tomorrow and you won't be disappointed... buy if it dips today.
IN THE FUTURE, YOU WILL BE GUARANTEED TO WATCH ANY MOVIE YOU WANT TO, WHEN YOU WANT TO.
Technology experts are working on a movie storage system where YOU have physical possession of the movie. This system stores the movie digitally on an optical disk system that will not be dependent upon a congested, complicated, and fragile network. Because all of the data is stored only a few feet from your television, all the bottlenecks are removed. Performance and reliability are virtually flawless. Censorship or banning of the film will be impossible because it is in YOUR possession.
Further, the system will not utilize ANY form of security codes, authentications, or passwords. Once the optical disc is purchased it can be moved around freely at will, and can even be lent or given to friends and neighbors with zero hassles. And if you don't like the movie, you can sell it for close to your purchase price!
Netflix has beat Q4 subscriber guidance 5 years in a row by an average of 23%.
Buy the dip. Great earnings coming up!
Imagine YOU making ME to sell stocks like NFLX… nah nah nah boys, you can buy your JPMorgan Freeman’s stock or whatsoever while i easily buy more, try to sell oit off after earnings, easily will buy more :)
It's still a buy here!
As an observation, I don't think anyone who is complaining about the monthly subscription cost or an increase owns any Netflix or possibly can even afford to.
The last time they anounced a price increase was 10/29/20 and they added 8.5 million subscribers in that Q, 2.5 million more than forecasted.
Prime typically costing $12.99 per month, EBT or Medicaid cardholders can get Amazon Prime with a 50% discount, at only $5.99 per month. Netflix should offer the same. They dont and dropped them after there current increase.
580 by Friday. Doesn't appear they will miss expectations. Lots of people still working from home.
Netflix selling 'overdone' with nice setup into earnings, reiterates BUY with a $700 price target.
Some recent selling pressure for Netflix (NFLX -1.2%) has Loop Capital Markets seeing opportunity, calling the decline "overdone" on some pessimism over streaming competition.
Loop says that creates an "excellent setup" ahead of earnings, set to come after the close next Thursday, on Jan. 20. Consensus expectations are for the company to post EPS of $0.83 on revenues of $7.71 billion.
“The streaming industry has become more competitive, as expected, but the pie has become larger as streaming continues to take share,” the firm says. And while interest-rate concerns have weighed on growth names, the Netflix investment case is "no longer predicated on discounting earnings way in the future."
In fact, with the decline, Netflix now sells at just 30 times next year's earnings - a multiple that has pulled back to the same as Disney's (NYSE:DIS), the firm notes.
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